60-year-old Sharon Stone stuns in lace swimsuit as she lounges with toyboy Angelo Goffa on romantic gateway

Sharon Stone shows off her great phsyique in a chic black lace bikini while away on a romantic Spanish holiday

                            60-year-old Sharon Stone stuns in lace swimsuit as she lounges with toyboy Angelo Goffa on romantic gateway

Sharon Stone and her toyboy Angelo Goffa were displaying a great deal of affection during their romantic Spanish holiday. The couple was spotted taking a stroll on the beach hand in hand before heading back to the hotel that they were staying at. 

60-year-old Sharon was seen with Angelo first in January, earlier this year. Since the pair went public with their relationship, they have been seen getting cuddly and romantic on many getaways. Sharon looked stunning as she showed off her great physique in a stunning black-laced swimsuit and a wide-brimmed sun hat. She had kept her blonde tresses pulled back and finished the look with a pair of sunglasses as she lay against Angelo's lap. 


As reported by Ilsussidiario, Angelo has been spotted kissing his love as they traveled all over the world and were most recently in New York. During an interview with Grazia magazine, Sharon did not share whether she was in a relationship, but did share that she would not indulge in a romance unless it was an "actual partnership."

Speaking of which, she said: "I was just not that girl who was told that a man would define me. I was told that if I wanted to have a man in my life, it wouldn't be an arrangement, it would be an actual partnership. And those are hard to find," she shared. 

Sharon was previously married to TV producer Michael Greenburg and newspaper executive Phil Bronstein and is a mother to three adopted sons, 17-year-old Roan, 12-year-old Laird, and 11-year-old Quinn. 

Sharing the secret to her fantastic physique, Sharon told the New York Times that it was a result of pilates and also circuit training. "I do Pilates, I have a machine in my house. Or I go to a gym and circuit train depending on what mood I'm in. Or I might put on music and dance my brains out. I'm not the person who will get on a treadmill and stare at a wall," she shared. "I don't eat processed food. I don't drink caffeine, and very rarely will have a soda or alcohol. But I eat meat and dark chocolate. I sugar my tea if I feel like it. I have celiac disease, so I don't eat gluten. Otherwise, I just eat like a person - whatever I'm hungry for," she added. 


"Also, for me, it's more about real inner beauty. It's important to have a philosophy or way of life or faith that keeps you balanced," she continued. "For me, that has been Buddhism. It's something that brings you back to center, and is really the key to serenity and beauty - an internal sense of form and elegance."